This study guide has been designed to help students make the best use of the "Longman Pronunciation Dictionary". The activities and exercises in the guide aim to help familiarize users with the conventions used in the dictionary, and to give practice in recognizing and transcribing a range of English pronunciation, drawing attention to typical features of spoken English. A full key for self-study is also provided. It is aimed at advanced students of English, teachers of English (native and on-native speakers) and students doing basic courses in phonetics.
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John Wells is a Professor of Phonetics at University College London. His interests centre on the phonetic and phonological description of languages but also extend to lexicography and language teaching. He directs UCL's annual Summer Course in English Phonetics. He is a frequent contributor to BBC radion (R2, R4, R5, BBC English). Based in Britain at UCL throughout his career, he has over the years given invited lectures in many different countries throughout the world. His best known publications are Accents of English (3 vols, Cambridge University Press 1982) and Longman Pronunciation Dictionary (Pearson Education, second edition 2000).
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Descripción Longman, 1990. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería SONG0582053862